ADa and the real world: accessible routes & Parking spaces

May 14, 12-1 p.m. CT

Who needs this course: architects, engineers, owners, construction and facilities.

Overview: Learn about accessible routes and parking spaces, what to know and what to look for. We’ll cover:

  • In depth review of path of travel
  • Definitions as it pertains to accessible routes and parking spaces.
  • Review ADA as it pertains to accessible routes and parking spaces.
  • Define accessible routes.

Brad Gaskins, AIA, CASp, is bringing accessibility into the spotlight nationally, making a direct impact on the quality of life for disabled individuals. Since attending his first ADA seminar in 1992, Brad has educated himself, as well as business owners, peers and allied professionals on the importance of accessible facilities. He has spoken at numerous events and conferences including NATSO, NACS, NFMT, ICC and the Commercial Construction & Renovation (CCR) Summit. His topics focus on ADA training and compliance, as well as what an organization should know to be strategic in achieving their compliance.

There is no charge for our QTalks, we are offering them as a service to our community.

You will earn AIA 1LU|HSW for completing this session.